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1 minute ago, Iceaxecrampon said:

Awake. A decent covering here on the Fylde! It’s Narnia out there! 

 

Covering and Fylde don’t go together in the same sentence! 

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MO update There is a small chance of a weather system approaching the northwest over the weekend, which could bring significant amounts of snow on meeting the cold air. However, this is still ver

A few pics of the stunning local snowfall

Off we go again with another snow chase. ?

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50 minutes ago, Spah1 said:

You have way more knowledge than me. 

You tell me. 

2 sliders last year. Missed em both then about 6 yrs ago under an amber warning only for it to take a southerly track at last minute and miss me. Everyone else 10-15cm

To be honest this general area seems to do far better from streamers than low pressure systems anyway, they either dive south over the midlands or don't get far enough north from the south. Let's hope for decent shower activity today. Could in theory get a couple of inches maybe more from these showers now. 

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South Manchester does very well out of these set ups, generally better than most frontal snow events which tend to be damp squibs.

Nice train of showers coming in and looking like intensity is higher than current moderate snow falling.

Can't wait to see the little ones reactions, they barely see snow.

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Snowing pretty moderately again here. After yesterdays Chaos with overturned cars not even taxis can make it to my street now. Turned out a pretty good spell after such a poor half to winter.

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1 hour ago, CreweCold said:

I don't know mate. There's really no reason why the system should shear as much as it is predicted to do. Yes cold air is denser and drier but I would say the cold air encroaching from the N is not deep cold enough to promote what we're seeing in the model output. 

Some funny things going on with the weather for sure...lack of thunderstorms in summer, snow in winter...it's grim.

That's true, at least last year there was extreme established cold and a great big block of hp, not so much this time

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3 minutes ago, Dkeane3 said:

Should change later on one would think, if not maybe a bit of hope ?

Guess it'll be low likelihood/high impact. So probs not going to happen.

Back today, streamer seems to be extending northwards, could bring more of Lancashire into play.

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